The abortion giant Planned Parenthood has filed dozens of lawsuits in the past several years to block pro-life legislation, including efforts to cut its taxpayer funding. And it may do so again with newly proposed cuts under the Trump administration.
The Hill reports Planned Parenthood and the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association are considering lawsuits against a proposed rule to prohibit Title X family planning funds to groups that provide or refer for abortions. Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion chain in America, receives about $60 million in Title X funds annually...
...Late last week, the Trump administration announced plans to introduce the “Protect Life Rule,” a Title X regulation similar to one introduced under President Ronald Reagan and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Under the proposal, Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses would not receive any Title X tax dollars unless they completely separate their abortion business from their taxpayer-funded services, The Washington Examiner reports. That would mean housing their family planning services elsewhere — potentially in separate buildings and coordinated by separate staff and organizations from its abortion enterprise.
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